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I just discovered https://stackedit.io/editor. Apparently it is also available offline and includes many other interesting features aside from being a WYSIWYG Markdown+LaTeX editor/viewer.
sudo apt-get remove nano Have fun!
I made it work manually concatenating the colour schemes to the kate config files as shown in the "readme" instruction file here. First concatenate the following cat ./"Solarized Dark.kateschema" >> ~/.kde/share/config/kateschemarc cat ./"Solarized Light.kateschema" >> ~/.kde/share/config/kateschemarc and the complete concatenating ...
You can add CSS themes into the directory: /usr/share/notepadqq/editor/libs/codemirror/theme All the themes are stored in there (Except the Deafult, which can be found at /usr/share/notepadqq/editor/libs/codemirror/lib/codemirror.css). The syntax seems relatively simple if you wanted to create your own. If anyone knows where I can find a Notepad++ ...
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